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1793 George III Dollar Countermark Mexico

1793 George III Dollar Countermark Mexico

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A very collectable silver emergency issue of king George the Third Dollar countermark struck on a 1793 Mexico City mint eight reales. The oval countermark, the head of George III punched on to the Spanish kings neck generally creates a flat response on the reverse side. These fascinating dollars were incredibly issued by the Bank of England at a time when silver, and currency was in short supply, and the bank decided to utilise there stock of many Spanish 8 reales held in there vaults, these coins were circulated only for a few years before the new currency issue was released making them extremely collectable and fascinating piece of English numismatics.
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Spanish draped king Carolus IV facing right, oval countermark king George III on the neck. CAROLUS.IIII.DEI.GRATIA.1793


Crowned Mexican shield of arms with pillars and ribbons at the sides. HISPAN.ET.IND.REX.Mo.8R.F.M.


Pattern security edge.


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